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Oct 19, 2016This week’s theme
Words that appear to be coined after someone (but aren’t)
This week’s words
“Language is a city to the building of which every human being brought a stone.” ~Emerson
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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
verb intr.: To walk about.
From Latin ob- (to) + ambulare (to walk). Earliest documented use: 1614.
“Mukul was obambulating in circles like a caged animal.”
Sam Mukherjee; Chopped Green Chillies in Vanilla Ice Cream; Rupa Publications; 2011.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Life is mostly froth and bubble, / Two things stand like stone, / Kindness in another's trouble, / Courage in your own. -Adam Lindsay Gordon, poet (19 Oct 1833-1870)
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